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Jul 5, 2011 10:00pm EDT
on that issue. that we need to top trying to kill our people. -- to stapp trying to kill our people. the best feeling that i have today is think that know i can go home and my daughter will ask me, what did you do today? and i can say, i saved a life. >> greta: jurors did find casey guilty of four counts of lying to law enforcement officers. those are all misdemeanors. casey returns to court thursday morning for sentencing. she could get up to a year on each count since she has already been in jail for nearly two years already she can also walk free. here's the prosecution. >> about 34 months ago, october of 2008, i stood in the courtyard behind us, after the grand jury indicted casey anthony for the murder of her daughter and i said we would not discuss this case outside of the courtroom. and i'm pleased to say that we have not, until this time. at that time, i also said the indictment was not a conviction. and the defendant is always cloaked with the presumption of innocence. i promised we would do our talking in court. we did. for us, the case has never been about the defendant in particul
Jul 17, 2011 2:00pm EDT
nine children, but, you know, he was inviting another woman to his house in pack stapp. you know, it's one thing to go back and forth as to who she is, but you need the historical context. where was pakistan at that time? in some ways this beak is also a book about america and pakistan, america and islam, so, you know, i don't want to sort of lose sight of those aspects of the book in, you know, in the fine grain because she is a vehicle for a lot of these sort of meditations, but as to the question of what i decided to do with her letters. i felt it was important for -- to have her as a vehicle for the reader to experience her letters, you know, with immediacy in her own words rather than me paraphrasing them or, you know, saying, you know, well, she says that she graduated from high school in 1953, but actually it was 1952. i find that correcting voice as a biographer is very distancing, and i wanted the readers to feel about her the way i felt about her when i first started reading the letters, to be completely sucked into her world, and, you know, if i, you know, had said at the
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